Making it Personal

Making it Personal - K.C. Wells This was… well, not good.

The writing in this was one bad. I don't know what happened. I read other books by K.C. Wells and I didn't have this problem at all.

I didn’t like the small ‘jumps’ that were there and events were rehashed trough a memory. I wanted to be there for the real thing, not be told about it after the fact.

There were a lot of things that didn’t add up. We are often told and shown that Blake works his ass of at his company and works late almost every night. Yet at some point Will enters Blake’s office and Blake is watching porn on his computer. They both act like it is completely normal to do this. I’m sorry, what? You are the CEO of the company and have tons of work to do, why on earth would it be okay to watch porn at work?

In the last 30% of the book the events just became more and more unlikely. It was ridiculous. I felt like I was reading a Harlequin novel.


Karen, who suddenly accuses Will of hitting her and sending the police to him. Blake’s old-fashion dad who is suddenly completely okay with his son being gay…. and even though he acted like an ass the entire book, he was now all ‘Son, I am so proud of you’. Yeah, right…


And the book ends with marriage and babies. The marriage, I can get on board with. But the baby thing was a bit much.

I do not recommend this book.